Itz not the ‘Kutz’: Its people not doing their jobs correctly

Baroness Shami Chakrabati (title awarded for services ((in every sense of the word)) to Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party) was being asked on BBC Today about the standards for police and the Crown Prosecution Service. As I normally give her a rather grudging respect, precisely because she is a lawyer, and rather a good one as well; I was expecting a straight answer to a straight question, which was whether the three rape cases whose prosecutions fell apart after late disclosure of evidence to the defence team was a ‘one-off’; or whether they were just the tip of a wider, national problem. Her reply, which should have been either the police were at fault in not doing their jobs correctly in the three cases under review; or there was a wider problem, which had to be addressed: was in fact a long, drawn-out splurge about ‘THE KUTZ’, as well as ‘OSSTERITY, LIKE’, and the awful way that the Police, as well as the C.P.S. are struggling with an overload of work because they aren’t getting enough money, and not enough people to do the work: and how awful the Tories are!’


Well, I’m sorry, Dame Shazzam, but you lost my attention after the first syllables of ‘THE KUTZ’; which is a pity, because you had some pretty good points when you were still an honest individual, working for Liberty, ; instead of a shameless shill for Corbyn’s Commies and Lefty radicals.


Shame about that; pet!

6 comments for “Itz not the ‘Kutz’: Its people not doing their jobs correctly

  1. Errol
    December 23, 2017 at 3:12 pm

    Chakrabati exists soley within a state bubble. She’s always been a frenzied Lefty. Her response is predictably: more state spending, more taxes.

    Yet she doesn’t like to be reminded of the economics of that, just that more must be done ad she uses faux responses that sound reasonable when they may as well be more state power.

  2. Mona
    December 23, 2017 at 8:36 pm

    Is Chatterabati related to Alibaba Brown ?, the BBC love the pair of them, just curious.

  3. Pcar
    December 23, 2017 at 8:46 pm

    Rape conviction quashed over new Facebook evidence, 22 December 2017

    imho tip of an iceberg

    Liam Allan barrister revealed a lot:

    “lack of resources”, police unable to read all evidence.

    Bullshit on two counts:

    1. Detective Constable Mark Azariah told both defense lawyers & CPS the messages were “too personal” and contained nothing to undermine prosecution – he had read them, resources available. He lied aka perverting justice.

    2. Police are required to give all evidence to CPS and Defense – it is they, not police who “resource” examining the evidence.

    I see the withholding of evidence as police responding to political pressure & CPS Alison Saunders demand more men are convicted.

    Shame on BBC/C4 for avoiding the “why” and knee-jerk blaming “Tory cuts”.

    Left SJW Director of Public Prosecutions Alison Saunders described what happened to Liam as ‘regrettable’

    That’s it, ‘regrettable’? Almost ruining a man’s future and two years of living in fear and all you say is ‘regrettable’. Alison Saunders is a pure evil left fascist.

    I hope she chokes on a turkey bone on Christmas day – wishing her a miserable Christmas.

    • December 30, 2017 at 6:59 am

      Yes, I expect more, much more to come…

  4. Hereward Unbowed.
    December 24, 2017 at 11:38 am

    We live in a strange new world and the misandrists run it.

    On shameless chucklebuttie she’s got a hide thicker than a Rhinocerous and thinks like one – don’t ever labour under the idea that lawyers are sentient beings.

    When the London School of Economics accepted a £1.5 million donation from Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, the son of former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, Chakrabarti was on the governing board of the institution. Chakrabarti stated that she did not “attend the 2009 Council meeting which approved a donation to the school from Saif Gaddafi’s Foundation” and that she “only subsequently raised concerns about links with Mr Gaddafi, given his father’s appalling regime.” She went on to state that she did not think “the decision in question resulted from anything other than a naive assessment, made in good faith, of the democratic reforming ambitions of the dictator’s son.”[23]

    Whitewasher woman and apologist for some pretty awful crims/reprobates since she first popped out.

    • December 30, 2017 at 7:00 am

      The tide seems to be turning. Courage, mon brave!

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